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Our obsession with street art around the globe has led us everywhere from the back alleys of Granada to the inner circle of Berlin’s true graffiti pioneers. To wrap up this street art series, we couldn’t think of a better hood to profile than the very nerve centre of London’s rich and diverse urban art scene: Brick Lane.
Here in Spain, we prefer a side of eye-popping street art with our historical landmarks.
For us, art isn’t just something you see on a gallery wall. In Berlin, it’s part of the urban landscape, and no night of underground sport is complete without seeing the latest street art.
Fierce, colourful and undeniably authentic, graffiti street art is what’s up all over the world. Whether we’re coming home from another long night out in Paris, stumbling around the boroughs of New York City, or meeting up with our teammates in Berlin, what better backdrop for our adventures than street art brilliance? So when the legendary Brazilian graffiti artist Anarkia invited us to roll with her as she painted her latest mural, we were on it.
From Iron Curtain to Tropical Paradise. Now That’s Progress, Berlin.
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